The Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire  is delighted to have secured external funding to enable the delivery of Modern Slavery Awareness training  across Lincolnshire.   

Working with the Safer Lincolnshire Partnership, the PCC is funding Hope for Justice to deliver this important training to volunteers and charity workers.  Community safety is not only concerned with raising awareness of potential victims of human trafficking but also safeguarding charities who care for vulnerable people or those going through vulnerable times. Sadly, charity services are targeted by serious organised criminals who wish to exploit and traffick the very people the charity wish to support. Therefore, for you to access this FREE session via Zoom you need to be specifically employed by, or volunteer for, a local charity  in Lincolnshire. 

On completion of this training session you will be able to;

 1. Explain what Human Trafficking and Exploitation is and identify the different types that exist;

2. Recognise the signs and indicators of Human Trafficking and Exploitation;

3. Respond appropriately to a case / victim of Human Trafficking and Exploitation.

Training sessions run throughout February and March. For more information and to book visit: Free Modern Slavery Awareness Training for Lincolnshire Charities (

Please be advised that having registered you will be issued a link prior to the training session.

This information was provided by Voluntary Centre Services.

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